TONOPAH DIVIDE MINING COMPANY
Tonopah Divide Mining Company was incorporated as Tonopah Gold Mountain Mining Company in 1902 by Jim Butler, the discover of the adjoining Tonopah, Nevada silver district. It was reorganized as Tonopah Divide Mining Company in Nevada on June 3, 1912. Historically its Tonopah Divide Mine is the largest producer in the Divide Mining District, Esmeralda County, Nevada. For more details see our Corporate Information Statement.
Tonopah Divide Mine
Foreground is the high point of the road to Goldfield from Tonopah, hence the name "Divide". Gold Zone Divide Mine in front and Tonopah Divide Mine in back. 1918
Tonopah Divide Mine 1920
On left H.C."Cal" Brougher, President, Tonopah Divide Mining Company and George Wingfield, President of Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company in front of the Mizpah Hotel, Tonopah 1919